Daily Archives: May 6, 2015

Report: Richie Sambora Won’t Face Charges over Allegations He Threatened to Kill Ex-Girlfriend

Credit: James Minchin IIIThe Los Angeles County district attorney's office has decided not to file against Richie Sambora after investigating allegations that he recently threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend and one-time business

Steven Tyler, Michael McDonald Among Stars Performing on Next Week’s “American Idol” Finale

FOXAmerican Idol will welcome a familiar face to the stage on May 13, when the second night of the Fox singing competition's two-part finale is set to take place.

Steven Tyler, Michael McDonald Among Stars Performing on Next Week’s “American Idol” Finale

FOXAmerican Idol will welcome a familiar face to the stage on May 13, when the second night of the Fox singing competition's two-part finale is set to take place.

Elton John Urges Congress to Continue Funding to Fight AIDS

ABC/Randy HolmesElton John paid a visit to U.S. Congress Wednesday to urge the government to support legislation that could help in the fight against HIV and AIDS. According to

The Smashing Pumpkins to Highlight Veterans Issues During End Times Tour with Marilyn Manson

Martha's MusicThe Smashing Pumpkins are partnering with Easter Seals Dixon Center to launch the "New Beginnings: Reaching America's Vets" campaign. The program hopes to raise awareness and

The Who to Headline Final Day of 2015 Glastonbury Festival

Image Courtesy of The WhoThe Who has been confirmed as the closing act for the 2015 edition of the U.K.'s hugely popular Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, England.

Duff McKagan Releases Single Featuring Izzy Stradlin, Jerry Cantrell

Da Capo PressAlong with his new book, How to Be a Man (and Other Illusions), founding Guns N' Roses/Velvet Revolver bassist Duff McKagan will be releasing a three-track companion EP of the

Producers of Ron Howard-Directed Beatles Documentary to Shop for Buyers at Cannes Film Fest

CBS Photography 1964White Horse Pictures and the Studiocanal company will begin international sales for the upcoming Ron Howard-directed documentary about The Beatles' years as a touring band at the 2015 Cannes Film

AC/DC Drummer Phil Rudd on Criminal Charges: “We All Make Mistakes”

Columbia RecordsAC/DC drummer Phil Rudd says the incident that resulted in him pleading guilty to threatening to kill a person “was a mistake.”

In an interview with the Australian TV

U2 Performs in NYC Subway Station

Olaf HeineU2 on Monday night played a surprise gig in an unusual location: a New York City subway station.

The band, led by Bono in sunglasses and a blue cowboy hat, performed their

Joni Mitchell’s Friend Named Her Conservator

James O'MaraA longtime friend of Joni Mitchell has been appointed the musician's temporary conservator.

Leslie Morris was appointed Mitchell's conservator at a Los Angeles hearing on Monday, People magazine reports.